VARIABLE SPEED CONTROL SELECTOR
See Figure 1I.
SPEED SELECTION CHART
Your router has a variable speed control selector
designed to allow operator control of speed and
torque limits. You can make speed selections best
suited to the type of cut, the material being cut, and
the size of bit being used. The variable speed control
selector allows you to adjust router speed from 15,000
to 25,000 rpm. There is an eight step scale numbered
1 through 8 on the variable speed control selector. To
increase the speed and torque of your router, turn the
vadable speed control selector to a higher setting.
Turn to a lower setting to decrease speed and torque.
Note: If you do not want to use the variable speed
control selector, turn to the highest possible setting,
and the feature will not be active.
The speed selection chart shown gives suggested
speed settings based on the diameter of the cutter
and the type of material being routed.
See Figure 11.
We suggest that you practice with the variable speed
feature of your router before installing a cutter and
making cuts in wood. Check the following before
connecting your router to power supply:
Make sure power supply is 120 volts, 60 Hz, AC
Make sure the spindle lock is in the unlocked
Make sure the trigger is not in the lock-on position.
Make sure there is not a cutter in the collet.
Make sure the collet does not extend below the
Choose the desired speed frpom the speed
selection chart. See Figure 11.
the variable speed control selector to the
Plug your router into power supply source,
Grasp your router firmly with both hands and rum
Always clamp workpiece securely before routing.
A safe operator is one who thinks ahead.
Always wear eye protection when routing.
Make set-up adjustments carefully. Then double
check. Measure twice and cut once.
Keep cutters clean and properly sharpened.
Don't let familiarity make you careless.
Study all safety rules and do the job safely.
Never place your hands in jeopardy.
Make certain clamps can't loosen while in use.
Test difficultset-ups on scrap-- Don't waste lumber.
Plan each operation before you begin.
Provide for smoother operation by cleaning your
router frequently. Shake router or blow with an air jet
to remove sawdust build-up.
Think Safety By Thinking Ahead.